Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Look up in the sky and see for yourself the lines of persistent white left by airplanes. (WATCH THIS VIDEO but without the obnoxious music)
Are they contrails (condensation) or chemtrails (chemicalS like boron)? Intelligent people can disagree because many intelligent people can remain uninformed on specific areas of debate. So let me inform you…..
Of interest is the recent scientific work by Dr. Long claiming that geoengineering (the “whitening of skies with particulate matter left by planes) has already begun – with no public notice” and by Dr. Herndon who claims “The widespread, intentional and increasingly frequent chemical emplacement in the troposphere has gone unidentified and unremarked in the scientific literature for years. The author presents evidence that toxic coal combustion fly ash is the most likely aerosolized particulate sprayed by tanker-jets for geoengineering, weather-modification and climate-modification purposes and describes some of the multifold consequences on public health.” The evidence is compounded by the “admission” by the John O. Brennan, Director of the CIA who stated: “Another example is the array of technologies””often referred to collectively as geoengineering””that potentially could help reverse the warming effects of global climate change. One that has gained my personal attention is stratospheric aerosol injection, or SAI, a method of seeding the stratosphere with particles that can help reflect the sun’s heat, in much the same way that volcanic eruptions do.
Curious people ask “What?” but real sleuths as “Why?” So assuming our skies are, without our consent, being saturated with particulate matter as this premier investigative website so courageously states, the real question is “Why would our government spend billions of dollars to saturate the ionosphere with particles?” the most common reason is to reverse global warming. More recently, European leaders have accused the US of the opposite: chemtrails are causing global warming!
“Clouds Caused By Aircraft Exhaust May Warm The U.S. Climate” (NASA)
“Aircraft contrails may be causing more climate warming today than all the carbon dioxide emitted by aircraft since the start of aviation” (Think Progress)
“ScienceShot: Jet Contrails a Big Global Warmer” (Science magazine)
“Airplane contrails and their effect on temperatures” (Christian Science Monitor)
“The Contrail Effect” (From NOVA and PBS)
“Jet Contrails Actually Do Alter The Weather” ( Discovery Magazine)
“Flying Further To Avoid Jet Contrails Might Help With Global Warming”(Popular Science)
But now the article below from the New Scientist is claiming the spraying is intended to enhance electronic communication. A modern albeit catastrophic take, if you will, on the smoke signals which the native Americans used to communicate. Where did we hear this assertion first that the spraying to enhance communication? From the lovely and brilliant sleuth on matters both material and spiritual, Ms. Elana Freeland in her powerful book ChemTrails HAARP and the Full Spectrum Dominance of the Earth. In it she clearly states that the ionosphere is being coopted by military not just for weaponization of the weather (long the wet dream of generals throughout history) but to enhance communication technology for the purposes of enhanced control of global populations.
As Chicken Little warned us 50 years ago “The sky is, indeed, falling!”
17 August 2016
US Air Force wants to plasma bomb the sky using tiny satellites
SOURCE: New Scientist – Three teams are competing in a US Air Force project to improve radio communication by directly seeding the ionosphere with plasma
CAN you hear me now? The US Air Force has plans to improve radio communication over long distances by detonating plasma bombs in the upper atmosphere using a fleet of micro satellites.
Since the early days of radio, we have known that signals that cannot be picked up by day may be heard clearly at night from hundreds of kilometres away.
This is down to changes in the ionosphere, a layer of charged particles in the atmosphere that starts around 60 kilometres up (for more on this mysterious layer see “No-fly zone: Exploring the uncharted layers of our atmosphere“). The curvature of Earth stops most ground-based radio signals travelling more than 70 kilometres without a boost. But by bouncing between the ionosphere and the ground they can zigzag for much greater distances. At night the ionosphere is denser and more reflective.
It’s not the first time we’ve tried to improve radio communication by tinkering with the ionosphere. HAARP, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program in Alaska, stimulates the ionosphere with radiation from ground-based antennas to produce radio-reflecting plasma.
Now the USAF wants to do this more efficiently, with tiny satellites – such as CubeSats – carrying large volumes of ionised gas directly into the ionosphere.
There are at least two major challenges. One is building a plasma generator small enough to fit on a CubeSat. Then there’s the problem of controlling how the plasma disperses once released.
The USAF has awarded contracts to three teams sketching out different approaches. The best proposal will be selected for a second phase in which plasma generators will be tested in vacuum chambers and exploratory space flights.
General Science in Souderton, Pennsylvania, is working with researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia on a method that involves using a chemical reaction to heat a piece of metal beyond its boiling point. The vaporised metal will react with atmospheric oxygen to produce plasma.
“It’s not the first time we’ve tried to improve radio signal by tinkering with the ionosphere“
Another team, Enig Associates of Bethesda, Maryland, and researchers at the University of Maryland, want to rapidly heat a piece of metal by detonating a small bomb and converting the blast into electrical energy. Different shaped plasma clouds can be generated by changing the form of the initial explosion.
However, it’s not clear whether the USAF will succeed. “These are really early-stage projects, representing the boundaries of plasma research into ionosphere modification,” says John Kline, who leads the Plasma Engineering group at Research Support Instruments in Hopewell, New Jersey. He thinks one of the biggest stumbling blocks will be packing enough power to generate plasma on to small satellites. “It may be an insurmountable challenge.”
This article appeared in print under the headline “Plans to plasma bomb sky”